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If there was one lesson to be taken away from Raw, it’s that Samoa Joe truly fears nothing, but maybe Seth Rollins should.

Even with the looming threat of Brock Lesnar “unleashing The Beast” next week in response to Joe’s attack on Paul Heyman, the No. 1 contender to the Universal Title put on a clinic against Seth Rollins in the Raw main event following The Kingslayer’s assertion he wasn’t afraid of anyone either, be it Joe, Roman Reigns or the “false prophet and wannabe martyr” Bray Wyatt.

Rollins took the fight to Joe like a man with something to prove, but The Samoan Submission Machine was just a hair faster and a hair more on point than he was the last time these two met, deploying a counter for every move Rollins attempted.

When Rollins finally fought into the advantage and prepared to go up top, Wyatt’s signature imagery played across the TitanTron, distracting The Architect long enough for Joe to lock in the Coquina Clutch and put Seth to sleep. Next week, The Beast arrives, and we find out who is truly heading into their worst-case scenario.

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Seth Rollins may have slayed a King, but toppling an empire might still be a little bit beyond his reach.

In Raw’s main event — and the final preliminary bout among Sunday’s Fatal 5-Way competitors — Rollins went head-to-head with Roman Reigns and found himself laid low in The Big Dog’s yard, giving Reigns a major boost of momentum as Sunday approaches.

In a reverse of fortune — given Reigns has been banged up the last few weeks — Rollins was forced to compete at less than 100 percent after The Big Dog landed a Drive-By that sent Seth ribs-first into the ring post. The Architect stayed in the fight on pure adrenaline, but Reigns had an answer every step of the way, rebounding from a buckle bomb with an instantaneous Superman Punch.

Rollins went high not once, but twice in an attempt to put Reigns away and may have done himself in in return, aggravating his ribs with an earth-shattering Frog Splash. That breathtaking move only netted Rollins two but kept Reigns down … at least until The Big Dog avoided a Phoenix Splash, narrowly dodged The Kingslayer’s knee to the face and landed a Spear for the win.

It was a rough way to treat a man Reigns once called his brother, but like Kurt Angle said all those weeks ago: In the race for the Universal Title, it’s every man for himself.

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In just two weeks, Roman Reigns, Finn Bálor, Seth Rollins, Bray Wyatt and Samoa Joe will battle in an Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way that just might change the course of the New Era. And apparently, none of them feels like waiting until then to fight.

In the middle of a match between Reigns and Wyatt — sanctioned by Kurt Angle after Reigns interrupted The Reaper of Souls’ opening sermon, wherein he claimed he was the only man who could defeat Brock Lesnar — Samoa Joe crashed the ring and locked The Big Dog in the Coquina Clutch, much to Wyatt’s delight.

The interference made Reigns the winner via disqualification, and Joe doubled down by locking Wyatt in the hold when the former WWE Champion tried to Sister Abigail him for the second consecutive week. Moments later, Seth Rollins rounded out the fray, and the former Shield brothers expelled Wyatt and Joe from the ring, leading Angle to sanction a tag team match between Rollins & Reigns and Wyatt & Joe for later tonight.

It’s every man for himself in two weeks at Extreme Rules, but on Raw’s main event, two teams of the Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way competitors had to coexist. That’s a lofty goal, especially when the teams are Bray Wyatt & Samoa Joe (who’ve been trading cheap shots for two weeks) or Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns (everyone knows the history there).

Oddly enough, the newer team was the more polished one: Rollins & Reigns were arguing from the start over who would begin the match, and a miscommunication doomed the team after The Architect — who had singlehandedly been holding off Wyatt & Joe — caught an accidental shoulder block from Reigns following a missed Superman Punch. The action screeched to a halt following the ensuing disagreement, and Wyatt quickly hauled Reigns out of the ring and hit him with Sister Abigail, while Joe put The Kingslayer to sleep with the Coquina Clutch for the win.

Once again, conspicuous by his absence was Finn Bálor, who made it a point to tell Raw General Manager Kurt Angle that he wanted in on the action next time around. Finn asked for a match against one of the competing Superstars, and The Olympic Hero did him one better, sanctioning Bálor vs. Bray vs. Joe for next week’s Raw, as well as a one-on-one showdown between Rollins and Reigns.

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With WWE’s overseas tour completed and half the Raw roster clamoring for the first crack at Universal Champion Brock Lesnar, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle laid out the parameters for the battle that could change the course of the New Era itself: It will be Roman Reigns, Finn Bálor, Seth Rollins, Bray Wyatt and Samoa Joe in a first-time-ever, every-man-for-himself Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way to determine who will challenge The Beast Incarnate for the title.

Moments after The Olympic Hero made his announcement, all of the aforementioned Superstars arrived to confront each other in Raw’s opening moments, and they didn’t waste any time attempting to get a leg up on their opponents — in Rollins’ case, literally: In the ensuing fracas, The Kingslayer landed a blow on Joe’s knee that sent him limping up the ramp, though it was Bálor who ended the fray with an over-the-top-rope plancha to Reigns and Rollins on the outside.

There are aren’t many more effective ways to rile Seth Rollins up than by calling him “gutless,” but that’s exactly what Bray Wyatt did in advance of their first-ever singles match in Raw’s main event, and The Kingslayer made sure Wyatt regretted it. He even won the match … but not in the way he would have liked.

Rollins put Wyatt on his heels almost immediately in the show-closing clash, forcing The Reaper of Souls to fight from underneath and wear Rollins down with his unorthodox, punishing offense. Rollins hung in tough, escaping Sister Abigail and swooping down on Bray outside the ring with a cross body, at which point Samoa Joe stormed in from the crowd and attacked Rollins as payback for injuring his knee earlier in the night.

The Samoan Submission Machine’s interference didn’t sit well with the disqualified Wyatt, who suckered Joe into a tentative alliance before hitting Sister Abigail on the unsuspecting big man. The Eater of Worlds then turned his attention to Rollins and administering the maneuver to The Kingslayer for good measure as well. So this is where we leave Team Red’s best and brightest: An opportunity against Lesnar at stake, a battle to potentially reshape the New Era on the horizon, and, with every man for himself, there will truly be nowhere to run.

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At WWE Payback, Seth Rollins was ready for Samoa Joe to target his banged-up knee and surprised his foe with a sound game plan to counter it. And while he won the rematch on Raw, The Kingslayer did not escape unscathed.

The bout stemmed from a five-alarm backstage brawl between Joe and Rollins earlier in the show, and the two picked up right where they left off once the bell rang, though Joe claimed the advantage when he trapped The Architect’s leg in the ropes and booted him right in the bum knee.

Joe maintained his advantage to the point that Rollins accidentally exposed the turnbuckle while grasping for the pad, and The Samoan Submission Machine capitalized by whipping The Kingslayer into the steel. When the ref paused the action to replace the cover, Joe decided he’d rather brutalize Rollins further than defeat him outright: Despite the ref’s warning, Joe rammed his opponent into the buckle again to the tune of a disqualification, then locked The Architect in the Coquina Clutch to remind Rollins that the punishment ends when he, and only he, decides.

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With Seth Rollins and Finn Bálor both impressing last night at WWE Payback, the field for the Universal Championship has suddenly gotten very crowded.

Both Superstars made it very apparent that their long-term goal is to challenge Brock Lesnar for Raw’s resident heavyweight title, as The Architect has never won it and Bálor was forced to relinquish it due to injury just 24 hours after becoming the first-ever Universal Champion.

Dean Ambrose was quick to break up the confab, claiming that he, as Intercontinental Champion, held the No. 1 prize on Raw and would be happy to defend it against either Seth or Finn. That brought out The Miz, who once again ran Ambrose down for The Lunatic Fringe’s perceived slights against what became Miz’s signature championship over the last year. So, Ambrose devised a simple solution: He called Raw General Manager Kurt Angle from the ring and got him to sanction a Triple Threat Match between Rollins, Bálor and Miz, with the winner to be named his No. 1 contender.

One night after denying The Miz entry into The Bálor Club, Finn Bálor has joined the ranks of The A-Lister’s own club of vanquished foes. Granted, the Irishman’s unwitting entry into that ignominious group was helped along by a third party that paid his membership fee, but the upshot of Raw’s thrilling Triple Threat main event was that The Miz became the first man to pin Bálor in WWE, becoming next man up for the Intercontinental Championship in the process.

In fact, it was technically two interferences that paved Miz’s road to victory: Seth Rollins was the third man in the Triple Threat and was on a roll among rolls when Samoa Joe crashed the match and flattened him with a Uranage on the outside. Rollins’ exit teed Bálor up for a run of offense that had him within spitting distance of the win, at least until Bray Wyatt showed up and blasted Bálor with Sister Abigail, allowing Miz to pin Bálor and claim the victory.

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